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'feat after • courageous Wtth with
Bmmi, iht paaaad into tha Qraat
Beyond. Mn, Waatharfard waa yuuni
MMl beautiful, but it mors transcen
dent kaaitjr awj a her spirit and dia
poaltkm. So bright In mind, and sweat
hi spirit that every ana whe mm in
watirt with bar rscogniaed a rare,
tranaparcnt Christian character moat
■wwil. Mid hscama .warmly and
sympathetically attached to bar. Ska
chartahed Ufa for tha very Jar she
found In living, and for tha aaka of
har devoted husband. Ilttls son and
asothar, whoaa devotion ska retui nad
abundantly. She loaod her home, and
thus afflicted, but did not complain,
batiarinir to tha last that she would
Har mother spent mitch time with
har, during har Ulnaaa minisierin# In
every possible way to har comfort,
and to that of har stricken husband
and littla son.
Tha funeral service waa conducted
at tha home, by her pastor Re*. H. E.
Boyer, aaaisted by Bar. D. Vance
him, after wtolch the family left
with tha body tor Nashville Tenn.
where among her freinds and relatives
interment will take place.
NOTICE OF BALK
By virtu* of a deed of trust execu
ted to me by Nathan Edmonds to le
cture |1206.00 balance due oa purchase
vie* of lands bearinaftcr described,
default having been made la the pay
ment of said debt, on application of
Ike holder of the note secured by
said deed of trust, I will sell for cash
te the hifhest bidder in front of the
I%st National Bank m Mount Airy,
North Carolina, on
the 14th day ef July IMS.
at 1 :!• o'clock P. M..
th» following real estate, lying and
being in Surry County, North Caro
lina, Mt. Airy Township and d.-scrib
ed as follows:
Ijbts numbers 0 and 7 as shown on
plat made by T. B. McCargo, Begin
ning on South aide of Fancy Gap road
en stakes on comer between Lota No.
ft and 6 and running with line between
these lots 8. » dee. W. 20# feet to
■take on line of lot No. 12 and thenoe
with lot No. 12 8. 59 E. 110 feet te
stake on corner between Lota Noa.
7spd 8, thence with line between
these lots N. 29 E. 1M feet to Fancy
CWp road and to stake between lots
Noa. 7 and 8, thence with Fancy Gap
road N. 46 W. 120 feet te beginning.
Sale made to satisfy balance due
en said note, default having been
■ad* in the payment thereof, Balance
principal being $866.60. with Inter
est from January 19th., 1928.
This May 14th, 1923.
• J. H. Felger, Trustee.
IV Home of Ute Soul
la olden time*, it was beli wed that
the Mat of the soul was the stomach,
moot likely for the reason that a man
is neter so' completely_ used up as
w1 en hi* stoihach is out of order.
For the cure of ordinary stomach
troubles, there is nothing quite so
prompt and satisfactory as Chamber
lain's Tablets. They strengthen the
(jtoiaach Mid enable it to perform its
functions naturally. Give them a
trial. They only coat a* quarter.
Racom mends Chamberlain's Tablets
"Chamberlain's Tablets have been
used by my husband and myself off
and on for the past five years. When
My husband foes away from home
he always takes a bottle of them along
with him. Whenever I have that
heavy feeling //Iter eating, or feel
dull and played dAit, I take one or two
af Chamberlain's Tablet* and they fix
■te up fine," writes Mrs. Newton.
Vreeland, Minoa, N. Y. Take thaae
tablets when troubled with constipa
tion or indigestion and they will do
Tha ililm of tha ■ww, t km
drawn machina, U not mi Km k*r
paving is tha (rate, wbich waa tali
ar than tha tot. UttW ltobart hat
baan m Inlimtod watcbar of Mm
mowing. Aa ha stead haaida tha pat)
of tha wachina aonthtng tmchac
out fHw it m4 wrand hi* lag* Ju»<
ahowa tha anhkfc Tha tragic occur
ranca waa tha flwt of Ita kind to aval
■ «taka; tnance South 4M
•Uk* In oid Hrve; tho»c« last 2»
f««t to a *takc; tkene* flouth 4tt tm
to th* h** inning.
Sale mu« to »»ti»fy claims amount
In* to about $ltf.00 and inUrwt am
to«t» to ba added.
■jW. F. CarUr, Truatae
40UNT AIRY, S €
travel, dropaWI •welling*, rheumatic
pi kfahtty and MniMif
diwnlm, «fll Mad rrhb gratifiration
W. 0. Fowler, prop, of pwwjr,
Franklin itreet, up "I toff mm a
heap with a mtn backache and wot
a* bad at thnea <%t if 1 stooped 1
coald hardly straighten "«ain Tha
poor, unnatural action ot my kidney*
worried ma. Tha aaeratioaa paaaad
frequuntly and wnt acauty and highly
colorad. 1 began using Doan'a Kid
ntty Pitta, which I got at tha Wolfe
, Drug Co. I took about three bona*
of Doan'a and ail tha qnaptMU of
kidney trouble left mo. I uae Doan'a
now, and they keep the backache am
and ay kidney* in food ardor."
80c, at all dealer*. Foeter-Mil
burn Co., Mfra., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mount Airy, N. C.
I The Rcxall Store
CUT FLOW!* SERVICE
J. fc. W 1LJ»UJN
GRANITE WORK OF ALL
Corner South and Granite Streets
MOUNT AIRY, N. C
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